Since 1928 Flewelling & Moody has been a leader in the design and planning of educational facilities. Founder Ralph Carlin Flewelling, FAIA's early projects included Seeley W. Mudd Memorial Hall of Philosophy, for which he was bestowed the Gold Medal for America's Most Beautiful Building by the AIA. In 1933 Flewelling also designed the Beverly Hills Post Office which is now listed on the Federal Register of Historic Places.
With the post-war "baby boom" we emerged as one of six companies specializing in architectural design for public schools and higher education facilities in California and in 1957, Flewelling & Moody was incorporated.
Ralph Hunter Flewelling, son of Ralph C. Flewelling, started the second generation in 1959 and successfully managed the firm until 1997 when the current partners took over the helm.
Today, Flewelling & Moody offers a full range of architectural services to our new clients, and to those we've retained for more than 50 years, through our offices in Pasadena and Lancaster.